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Cliff Furnald on WPKN FM

Thursday mornings, 7 AM to 10 AM Eastern Time (as in New York City time)

Live playlist (well, as live as I can handle in the morning) will be online during the show

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Fun-draising this week!
Call 203 384-9756


Or pledge online in that box over there on the left. (But if you do, drop me an e-mail to cliff@wpkn.org and let me know you did during the show?)

A few gifts for generous donors
While any donation from 5 to 5000 dollars is most welcome, I have a few special gifts for folks who call and pledge their support on the phone.

GIFT CDs are ONLY AVAILABLE FROM 7 TO 10 am, THURSDAY MORNING

2 copies:
Real World 25 for a donation of $100.00 or more
3 CDs, 38 tracks trace the rich and diverse history of one of the major 'world music' labels. From the polyphonic singing of Sardinia to the gospel music of Alabama; from modern Indian vocals experiments to the women of Finland, from traditional blues harp to Tanzanian string harps, and global fusions fostered by Real World's studio encounters, this collection will keep you fascinated for many, many hours. Artists include Afro Celt Sound System, The Blind Boys Of Alabama, Ayub Ogada, Little Axe, Jocelyn Pook, Los de Abajo, Värttinä, The Creole Choir of Cuba, Joseph Arthur, Martyn Bennett, Peter Gabriel and many many more.

2 copies:
Creative Music Studio: Archive Selections for a donation of 75.00 or more
In 1971, in Woodstock NY, Ornette Coleman, Karl Berger and Ingrid Sertso founded the Creative Music Studio, a place and an idea that was to become one of the most important performance spaces for jazz, modern classical and the then-unnamed "world music" scene in the United States. The 3 CD set of live recordings of jazz greats includes Foday Musa Suso and Mandingo Griot Society, Adam Rudolph, Hamid Drake, Ismet Siral, Steve Gorn, Nana Vasconcelos, Oliver Lake, Roscoe Mitchell, Olu Dara, The Ed Blackwell/Charles Brackeen Duo, Frederic Rzewski/Ursula Oppens duo; David Izenson Trio, Ismet Siral

2 copies
Dálava for a pledge of 60.00 or more
Based on the Moravian folk songs transcribed by biologist and ethnomusicologist Dr. Vladimir Úlehla, and led by vocalist Julia Ulehla (Vladimír’s great granddaughter) and guitarist Aram Bajakian (who has workjed with Lou Reed, Marc Ribot asnd John Zorn, just to name a few), the album vibrates with intensity, even when whispering and spare. Prepared and distorted guitar alternates with eerie soundscapes. This is roots reinvemted by an American duo of uniqwue talents

Call 203 384-9756

if you want to get one of these limited number of CDs, donated by Cliff to help out WPKN.
GIFT CDs are ONLY AVAILABLE FROM 7 TO 10 am, THURSDAY MORNING


More info about the show:
While I am on the air: 203 336 9756
or e-mail any time: cliff <-at-> wpkn < -dot- > org

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